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whichs leaders of the united states, united kingdom, france, germany, russia, italy, japan, and canada. they meet yearly to discuss issues of common concern. dr. i.m. vesler tell me that they have trofocussed previously on security and the environment. >> why should we care about what happens those couple of days? >> the thing that is going to hover over the summit will be the weakness of the global recovery in the wake of the great recession. >> reporter: the policies the leaders debate trickle down to everyday things we all face, like gas prices, the cost of goods and how much your money is worth. >> the best we can hope out of all of this is the possibility are more trade and more jobs. >> that's the hope out of this. get more economic trade, and more commerce. >> reporter: as host of this year's summit, president obama moved it from his home town of chicago to maryland's camp david. >> it probably was a very good idea to move this meeting to a place where these people can actually get together and talk and not have to worry about going out immediately after the meeting and having t
thing. what she's saying about the united states security. >>> a baltimore school turns into a crime scene. what police are saying about a teen murdered near the campus. >>> 3,000 americans murdered. i'm alex demetrick. coming up, the mastermind behind 9/11, now faces his own possible death sentence, as eyewitness news continues. >>> possible storms on the way. how the weather will impact your weekend. don't police the updated first warning weather forecast. ,,,,,,,,,,,, what makes the sleep number store different? you walk into a conventional mattress store, it's really not about you. they say, "well, if you want a firm bed you can lie on one of those." we provide the exact individualization that your body needs. oh, wow! that feels really good. it's about support where you find it most comfortable. to celebrate 25 years of better sleep, for both of you sleep number introduces the silver edition bed set, at savings of $1,000 for a limited time. only at the sleep number store, where queen mattresses start at just $699. you can always expect more. like more on demand shows and movies
is being punished for helping the united states track down osama bin laden. vic is in the newsroom wi more on the man's fate. vic? >> the pakistani doctor is sentenced to 33 years in prison for his role in the osama bin laden raid. shaquille afridy ran this to verify presence in his compound in abbottabad, where u.s. commandos did this. he is accused of treason and conspiring against the pakistani government. has sentence will likely put more strains on pakistan's relations with the united states. mary, back to you. >>> american lawmakers are also frustrated by suspicions that pakistan is helping militants to use its territory to attack u.s. troops. >>> ejings are voting today in the country's first free and fair presidential elections. the race is heating up. the former foreign minister is a leading secular candidate. his main opponent is the former head of the muslim brotherhood. the election comes more than a year after mass protests ousted dictator hosni mubarak. >>> there has been a pedestrian struck. >> lens road and wise avenue. apparently, a man trying to -- or just off the curb, w
cohen and another. >>> a plan to blow up a plane headed to the united states. the agent was an undercover intelligence agent, working for the cia. randall pinkston reports from the white house. >> reporter: the double-agent who foiled al qaeda's latest plot, also helped take out one of the terror group's leaders. according to former intelligence officials, he gave the u.s. information that led to last week's drone strike against fad alcusso. but there is no indication that u.s. intelligence agents have gotten any closer to the bomb- making mastermind, iwhere him-- ibrahim alasiry. >> my question would be, did we get enough information to stop the bomber? that's the guy in the field. >> reporter: the double agent's cover was blown, removing himself from the operation and costing the cia, a valuable intelligence asset. >> when you're sitting at the table, running this and watching the threat develop, you have a simple prierd. and that is to ensure that even if you want to destroy the organization, you don't put american or other livessa the risk. >> reporter: fbi director
. >>> wjz is following breaking news, the cia stopped the plot to blow up a plane headed for the united states. >> al-qaida's affiliate in yemen is behind the plot. u.s. officials say the group planned to destroy the plane around the one year anniversary of osama bin laden's death. the plot involved an ungrade of the underwear bomb that failed to detonate on a plane. the uni bomber was told to buy a ticket on the airline of his choosing, it's unknown what happened to the alleged attacker. >> officials are examining the bomb to see if it would have made it through airport security. >>> a new video released by al- qaida, the emotional plea comes nine months until one winsteine was kidnapped. >> reporter: winestine is in a video pleading for the president. >> my life is in your hands president. >> reporter: a ribbon hanging outside of winestein's home. people inside would not comment. security experts called it a still abduction. >> it shows that -- >> reporter: including an anti drone spike against al-qaida operatives and al-qaida suspects around the world. >> it's very important that you
, will it benefit every marylander? >> absolutely. we'll be one of the top tax payers in the entire united states. >> reporter: right now they have 3200 machines. they start at one penny and then there's the high rollers. we're going to bet a couple of credits and spin it and let's see if i got any luck. yeah. i won $10. the casino has a dozen of electronic games. you use your fingers to select the numbers you hope will win. nothing. like most casinos there's a large buffet and the food is cooking. what's different about your buffet? >> quality of the food and definitely the people. >> i'm proud of everything we're serving here. >> reporter: a hand full of other upscale restaurants will open as well as cocktail bars. this casino is a big job creator. thousands of construction workers and 1500 employees. one lady told me she has been out of work for a month and looking for forward to starting her new job here next week. reporting live adam may wjz eyewitness news. >> what happens in the casino, stays in the casino. >> reporter: i got a camera with me. >> the grand opening is june 6 june 6th at 10:
-nazi groups in the united states. >> the military releases the documents seized from osama bin laden's compound in afghanistan. manuel gallegus reports for wjz. >> right up to the end, osama bin laden was plotting terror. a collection of letters from his final hideout shows he wanted to target airplanes carrying president obama. he said killing him automatically will make biden take over the presidency for the remainder of the term. he described the vice president as totally unprepared for the job. former deputy director of national intelligence and cbs news senior correspondent, john miller, was the last western journalist to interview bin laden. >> i think in the end, osama bin laden was struggling to figure out what al qaeda was at that point. >> reporter: the navy seals who killed bin laden one year ago, gathered the documents from his compound in pakistan. 17 of the letters are now declassified and posted on an army website. they showed bin laden also wanted to go after the war commander, general david petraeus. he wrote, killing him would alter the war's path. >> reporter: and
wall street. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> it's the fourth leading cause of cancer deaths in the united states. now, a maryland scientist has discovered a way to diagnosis pancreatic cancer. this scientist is just 15 years old. >> reporter: pancreatic cancer is one of the most difficult to diagnosis. by the time a patient learns they have the disease, it's usually too late. enter north county high school freshman, jack an directiona. >> i'm really passionate. it's just my thing. like working on medical research. >> reporter: that love of science earned him the grand prize in the intel international science fare for his creation of a test that detects early stage pancreatic cancer. >> is it detects an abnormal protein that you find in the blood when you have a pancreas cancer. >> reporter: dr. matrias does this at johns hopkins. >> he can see this idea. he executed this idea. the fact that he is 15 makes this story much more remarkable. >> 43,000 will be diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. more than 37,000 will die from the disease. >> i got interested inential detection. because that's wh
mejia varela. he is already serving a federal sentence for reentering the united states, illegally, after being deported in 2009. >>> an horrific scene. a mother is accused of killing four of her children, before turning the gun on herself. police say three of the children went to a next-door neighbor for help. when their mother called them back and killed them. all of the victims range in age from 12 to 17. port st. john is about 15 miles west of cape canaveral. >>> we are following breaking news. police on the scene of a suspect, barricaded in an old hospital. sky eye chopper 13 is over the scene. captain mike perry above it with more. >> reporter: first of all, we've learned, this is the old grounds of spring grove state hospital, off of wade avenue, on the west side, south of frederick road. baltimore county. this occurred around 4:00 this afternoon. they received a call of a breaking and anti-ing in -- and entering in progress. on old spring grove property. apparently this old building, there were two people inside, allegedly taking copper from the building. now, when this occ
premature babies born in the united states each year. a new report shows the u.s. has one of the worst preterm birth rates in the world. 12%. the same rate as thailand, turkey, and somalia. experts say one reason is that mothers here have children later in life. which leads to multiple pregnancies. and that results in early deliveries. but many preterm births, like the mirabellis, are a mystery. >> we don't know, perhaps, 50% of preterm births. we don't really, truly know the explanation. >> reporter: the report defines preterm as any time before 37 weeks. now, the earlier the baby is delivered, the greater the chance he or she will suffer lifelong health problems. >> the main issues are a brain development and lung development. >> reporter: marile is the average weight and height for her age. but she's still about two months behind, developmentally. >> reporter: i know that her risk of having learning disabilities -- disabilities, having developmental delays, are much higher than the average child. >> reporter: but her mom is hopeful she will catch up. in los angeles, teresa garcia, w
, volunteered to save their country, the united states of america. >> it's often said, the tuskegee airmen fought two battles. the three tuskegee airmen here, all wearing jackets, live in maryland. >> at the time i finished in 1941. >> and last month, baltimore county leaders honored two tuskegee airmen, for their service and sacrifice. >> the overall message is, if these gentlemen could succeed, under the conditions that they had to train under and everything, and live under in this country in the 1930s and 40s, hey, that's a success story. these guys are heroes. they were winners. >> any bitterness about what you experienced? >> well, you have the ugly side you look at. but the good side far exceeds it. >> william broadletter, who you just saw, is 87 years old. he was youngest, by the way, tuskegee airmen when he enlisted. the other tuskegee airmen, samuel byer and lemmual lewie are 92. there were many others part of the program. >> how great for you to talk to them. >> it was an experience and honor to talk to them. >> i love to hear their stories. >>> we have an incredible weekend on t
eventually heading away from the united states. you can see all of the tracks keep it over the water and keep it away from land. now what it is doing though, you saw some waves as we were going into this story here. it is kicking up the coast a long the southeast coastline for us. it's going to stay far away south to avoid any major effects. but indirectly it's combining with a storm we're dealing with right now and a front out to our west, bringing a couple of showers between all three systems. we do have some decent rain chances coming you are -- coming our way. and we have the update coming up. >> stay with wjz for the latest live radar. >>> a rutgers university student receives a 30 day jail sentence for using a spy scam to record his roommate. >> reporter: he acted with insensitivity. 20-year-old robby was convicted in march of all the charges against him for using a web cam to spy on his roommate tyler clemente. clemente was having a sexual encounter with another man, then he tweeted about it. >> i heard this jury say guilty 288 times and i haven't heard you apologize once. >> reporter
reps. >>> in tonight's healthwatch, practically all young children in the united states use bottles, sippy cups or even pacifiers. but they may not be as safe as parents think. bigad shaban reports for wjz, with the surprising new study. >> reporter: 22-month-old morgan cheryl has a chipped tooth. >> she reached for me and fell forward and hit her face on the ottoman in front of our couch. and her bottle happened to be in her mouth at the time. >> reporter: a new study in the journal pediatrics finds over a nearly two decade period, more than 45,000 children, under age 3, went to the hospital for injuries, related to the use of baby bottles, pacifiers and sippy cups. that's april one child every four hours. >> the vast majority of injuries in the study were falls that children experienced. and over 70% of the injuries were injuries to the area around the mouth or the mouth itself. >> reporter: the study also found that two-thirds of the injuries were to children who were 1 year old. children who were just learning to walk. and maybe tripping with these products in their hands and mo
children in the united states is currently considered obese or overweight. >>> a new device promises to give new freedom to millions of people with diabetes. bigat shaban has a look at what is being called a look at the artificial pancreas. >> reporter: 38-year-old tracy cohen has type 1 diabetes. so she watches every bite. >> in terms of either carbohydrates or how much insulin i need. >> reporter: a pump on her stomach injects her with the insulin her pancreas can't create on its own. for more than 30 years, tracy has had to test her blood sugar levels up to 15 times a day. then type the dosage of insulin she needs into the pump. but now, she's testing out a revolutionary device in santa barbara. it's called the artificial pancreas. >> i don't have to go in and say, my blood sugar is this. therefore, i'm going to do this. it figures is all out for you. >> while many use a pump and glucose monitor, researchers are using a device to connect the two. >> it takes some of the thought process and some of the hassles of interacting with pumps. and sensors. and automates that so that the p
of the united states of america. >> reporter: not only is security extremely tight on the ground, the air space above camp david is also restricted. and of course, it's being monitored closely, with so many world leaders at that site. i'm vic carter. now, back to you. >> and we are back now live in thurmont, maryland. as any true reporter would try to do, we drove up the street to try to get a peek at camp david. and as you know, the security is very tight. but what we did witness is just the beauty of the catoctin mountains and the surrounding areas. the world leaders will see maryland, the most beautiful part of maryland, firsthand tomorrow. back to you all. >> and what beautiful weather, too. thank you, mary. >>> and we invite you to stay with wjz for complete coverage as world leaders come to maryland for the g-8 summit. tonight and tomorrow, mary will continue to report live near camp david. and vic carter reports from the white house. >>> breaking news. a pedestrian struck in west baltimore. sky eye chopper 13 is over the scene. captain mike perry has more. captain mike? >> reporter: hell
. >>> and coverage of the soccer friendly in d.c., between the united states and brazil. for these stories and more, read tomorrow's baltimore sun. and remember to look for the updated forecast from wjz's first warning weather team. >>> well, the aberdeen iron birds open their new season next month. and fans will have something delicious, gourmet food to enjoy at ripken stadium. ron matz reports, the ripken brothers are now in the food business. >>> i was going to eat that. don't be putting mustard on that. >> reporter: cal and billy are behind the wheel. the ripken experience now includes gourmet food, at ripken stadium in aberdeen. >> we are responsible for the experience, all the way around in a minor league team and also the kids menu. and we wanted to control the whole experience. and food is a big part of the experience. >> reporter: can you enjoy steamed crabs and other seafood from conrads. there are ribs and popular from the charred rib. >> ribs that just fall off the bone. good old-fashioned fried onion loaf. that's good, clean living there. >> the ripken gourmet is now being sold. each b
, whether it's united states, europe or elsewhere, where they're not under constant threat? >> the double agent gave the bomb device to the cia, well before the plot was put into motion. >>> an australian man is accused of intentionally running over his sister with a car. police say the 20-year-old man struck his 19-year-old sister with his car, after her cat urinated on his computer. she suffered a fractured spine and leg, as well as a collapsed lung. the brother is charged with common assault and negligent driving. the cat was not injured. >>> the new jersey woman with an extreme tan is banned from several tanning salons. planet sun tanning salon says patricia censle is no longer allowed in their facilities. that is apparently her tanning salon of choice. she was arrested last month for allegedly taking her daughter into a tanning booth with her. she was released on $25,000 bond. >>> check in with eyewitness news at 6:00, for these stories and more coming up, denise is standing by with a preview. >> hi, kai. controversial ruling. a maryland court declares pit bulls a dangerous breed of
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